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- Veterans 219
- Military Voices of Quincy 36
- Military Voices Initiative 26
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William (91) spoke with Enzo (17) about his experiences in the Navy
Kyle Mona-Hunter interviews his mother, Dr. Linda Mona, about her personal and career journey as a disabled woman.
My uncle Kyle Murrah served as a combat medic in Afghanistan. He was interviewed about his experience as well as his reflections of being in the force.
In this interview, recorded on November 24 2018, Don Cornelius, who is a resident of Halifax, Virginia, is interviewed by his granddaughter, Erin Kee, a resident of Egg Harbor township. Don is asked about his life and childhood via phone...
In his 25 years of life, Hector has gone through a lot. Especially from the time he was old enough to enlist. His life was almost taken away from him - he would argue it was completely torn apart -...
My uncle who boasts about being in a documentary used to help find things from the Vietnam war. Bones/artifacts/etc.
A father and his son talk about the details of an upcoming combat deployment to Iraq.
Dorothy Whitfield Chisholm (98) speaks with her son, Graham Chisholm (62) about her experience joining the British Army at age 18 in 1941, and then transferring over to the US Army in Great Britain in 1942, being wounded by a...
During the afternoon of November 12, 2021, 14 4th graders from SR Marmon Elementary interviewed a veteran who happens to be a teacher at S.R. Marmon, Mr. Hernandez.
Asking my grandpa questions about service in the Navy during Vietnam
Interview with my dad about my grandfathers service in the Korean War.
In this interview, I interview my father, a retired veteran about the effect that COVID-19 has had on him and being able to maintain his health. (This interview cut off on the last question.)
Julia Oliveira is a Freshman at Berry College. Hannah Cunningham is her roommate from Arizona. John Wilkirson is Hannah’s grandfather, a Vietnam Veteran. Around minute 26, John tells a very emotional and touching story while he was in Vietnam. God...
My grandfather served in the Vietnam War, and in 1965 he headed home for Christmas on leave. It did not go well.
Interview with an army veteran and his thoughts on the 2nd Amendment
My Tía Mayra, my mom, and my dad discuss their time in the service. My dad is currently retired, while my mom and Tía are still serving.
Savannah McCool, a high school sophomore, interviews veteran Ray Trower. The two talk about Trower's experience joining the military, the impact of military service, and Trower's views on the current conflicts in Afghanistan.